Monday, October 5, 2009

Mass Vaccination is coming: Dr. Sherry Tenpenny:

Activism: Get Involved
Mass Vaccination is coming. 
If you have any doubt that mass this is true, review the six archived
Swine Flu Alerts. The information is plainly outlined. What can you do? You must say no to protect your health. Spread the word. Partner with like-minded neighbors and friends. Send this letter to your local Sheriff, the most important person to have on your side.
Why do I add an "activism" section to every eNewsletter?
I am a firm believer that we get the community and the world we deserve only if we are actively involved. There are many options for contribution, from the environment and recycling to the oceans and vaccines. Get involved; let's make a difference in the world!
As stated years ago by Margaret Mead, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

Pregnant Women:  Don't Get the Swine flu Shot
The CDC is recommending that all pregnant women be the "first in line" to get the swine flu shot this season. But is it necessary? Are they really at a greater risk than the general population?
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) of the CDC has recommended that influenza vaccination be given to all women in the second or third trimester of pregnancy during the influenza season.
A study published in 2004 documented the following: 
• Hospitalizations for respiratory illness were uncommon in both vaccinees and nonvaccinees.
• Women who received influenza vaccine during pregnancy had the same risk for ILI (influenza-like) visits compared with unvaccinated women, adjusting for women's age and week of delivery.
• When asthma visits were excluded from the outcome measure, there was no difference in the risk of outpatient visits for vaccinated and unvaccinated women.
• Hospital admissions for influenza or pneumonia for women in the study population were quite rare and no women died of respiratory illness during pregnancy.
• Infants born to women who received influenza vaccination had the same risks for influenza or pneumonia admissions compared with infants born to unvaccinated women.
• Influenza vaccination during pregnancy did not significantly affect the risk of cesarean section. It did not affect the risk of preterm delivery.

Bottom line: Vaccines made NO difference outcomes to the mom or the baby in either the vaccinated vs unvaccinated population. NOTHING has changes since then to change this data. 

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The Experiment Continues: Are Vaccine Rumors a Reality?  
A travesty is about to happen. Mass vaccination is going to start on October 6, and I'm sure there will be attempts at suggesting mandatory vaccination.
But look at this: Depopulation with Vaccines? 

The Journal of Reproductive Medicine published an article in 1999 that stated, "Development of an effective and modern contraceptive vaccine is a key factor in the global issue of regional population growth as well as agricultural, medical, economic and social development...Suppressed fertility and the reversibility [although unpredicable] of these effects on mammalian species, including humans, have been demonstrated."
A new 10-minute video, featuring Dr. David Ayoub, MD, discusses the possiblity of components in flu shots causing both infertility and miscarriages.
Does the right hand know what the left is doing by vaccinating pregnant women first?
Microchips and Vaccines? 
VeriChip, marketed through a subsidiary of Applied Digital Solutions, was the first FDA-approved human-implantable radio-frequency identification (RFID) microchip (2004). About twice the length of a grain of rice, the device is typically implanted above the triceps area of an individual's right arm
On September 21, VeriChips stock jumped 186% after the company said it had been granted an exclusive license to two patents which will help it to develop implantable virus detection systems in humans.
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